flosTommasso SartoriLights Out

In memoriam of that last-call glow at your neighbourhood bar, Flos has launched the Last Order lamp (from $695) by designer Michael Anastassiades. The wireless, rechargeable lamp comes in satin copper, brass, stainless steel and matte green, and is meant to invoke those closing-time warm fuzzies. informinteriors.com

tracey ayton market bagTracey AytonPicture Perfect

You might recognize Tracey Ayton’s name from our photo credits—she’s been many local designers’ go-to interiors photographer for years. And her design eye really comes to life in her new home collection, which includes this woven market bag ($140) handmade by women from the Akamba tribe in Kenya. traceyaytonhome.com

sarah richardson palliserSoft Landing

Sarah Richardson’s furniture collab with Winnipeg-based Palliser includes four new collections, including the Annex, which focuses on natural finishes and sleek silhouettes. We’re loving the Promenade sectional ($5,049), a modular sofa that has infinite configurations and is designed for maximum comfort. sarahrichardson.palliser.com

roveconceptsSleek Study

The Gia desk ($1,624) makes an elegant focal point in any workspace: the waterfall-like walnut top cascades down the side, and the solid marble base keeps it grounded. roveconcepts.com

lithic collectionDesk Job

We’re prioritizing pretty paperweights and pencil holders for 2021: the home office isn’t messing around anymore. The Lithic collection (from $13) from Oregon-based Studio Gorm has all the natural stone desktop accessories you’ll need (“lithos” is stone in Greek). eq3.com

togo sofaRewind and Rest

Togo (from $3,478) was originally developed by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset in the ’70s, but we’re deeming the all-foam seat a relaxation necessity for 2021. Plus, this cult classic is available in plenty of modern colours for contemporary chillaxin. livingspace.com

modernica planterPower Plant

It’s more important than ever to bring a little greenery indoors, and versatile designs like Modernica’s Diamond ceramic planter ($285) can transition outside for summer, too. This planter is made in California and comes in three neutral tones. fullhousemodern.com

uma tablePop Art

Forget minimalism—the Uma side table ($1,695) by Arteriors adds some real modern pizazz to your living space. This unique take on geometrics is finished with a glossy peacock lacquer: fading into the background simply isn’t an option. robertsweep.com

ferm insert side tableEditor's Pick

Insert side table by Ferm Living, $1,055
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Over on our Instagram (@westernliving), we recently featured a home designed by AK Design, and not only did people adore the space, they absolutely lost it for the side table that was in the foreground of the photo. I did too—and so, in fact, did our writer Barb Sligl when she was researching products for our 2021 Trends feature. Made of solid ash, this Insert side table from Ferm Living perfectly illustrates the “Off-Kilter” trend that Barb noted is coming on strong this year. No surprise there: as our Instagram followers can attest, we all want a little more of this balanced yet slightly askew look in our homes.Anicka Quin,  Editorial Director